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Weekly

The weekly forecasting and information service for all the major oilseeds as well as for vegetable and animal oils & fats and for oilmeals is read in approximately 100 countries worldwide. You will benefit from our long-running experience of more than 40 years and our unique world database. The semi-annual subscription to the WEEKLY includes six special MONTHLY issues with price forecasts for the next several months. 

Released every Friday with up-to-date analyses of the current situation and the world supply, demand and price outlook for the most important commodities. It also includes latest fundamental analyses and projections for individual countries and comments on current production prospects and their impact on trade, stocks, consumption and prices. 

The OIL WORLD WEEKLY provides you with first-hand information from the world's leading forecasters of the whole field of 39 commodities.

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Friday 16 October -- WEEKLY No. 41

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • World production of sunflowerseed and oil will register unprecedented declines in 2020/21. Demand-rationing is inevitable, necessitating high prices and price premiums...
  • There is rising concern about the forthcoming Brazilian soybean crop in early 2021, also in view of huge forward sales...
  • Palm oil stocks are still tight in Malaysia due to below-potential output and large exports...
  • The Argentine soybean export tax might be reduced any time soon for a period of 30 days...
  • Rising requirements for renewable fuel uses in shipping promoted higher Norwegian rape oil imports of 0.54 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2019/20...

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Friday 9 October -- WEEKLY No. 40

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • Declining supplies in South America has raised dependence of the world market on US soy-beans in coming months. US logistics have moved again into the spotlight...
  • Consumers are nervous about severely delayed soybean plantings in Brazil and ongoing Chinese import purchases. Soybean prices have established new contract highs this week...
  • Canadian oilseed producers & exporters likely to benefit from insufficient world supplies of sunflowerseed & products and tightening soybean availability in South America in coming months...
  • A reversal in sun oil prices this week has raised their premium over soya oil back to an un-usually high level. Rationing of demand started...
  • South American soya meal exports are seen plunging by 1.4-1.5 Mn T from a year ago in Oct/Dec 2020. Will Indian crushers and exporters make use of this opportunity?...

  • World corn exports are likely to resume growth in 2020/21 supported by larger US crop as well as rising import demand from China and the European Union...

  • Prospects of the Australian canola crop are favourable, boding well for a significant recovery in canola exports in Oct/March 2020/21...

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Friday 2 October -- WEEKLY No. 39

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • World production of groundnuts seen increasing by 1.8 Mn T in 2020/21. Crop losses in India from flooding. Record Chinese imports of groundnuts and products in 2020...
  • Philippine palm oil imports declined by 11% to a four-year low of 1.0 Mn T in 2019/20. Low stocks seen contributing to uptrend in imports...
  • EU soybean imports & crushings increased recently. Imports of four oilmeals declined to multi-year low of an estimated 25.5 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2019/20...
  • Strong global demand kept Malaysian palm oil unusually tight as of end-Sept. Exports reached quarterly record in July/Sept...
  • Chinese imports of 17 oils and fats increased by 13% and of oilmeals by 19% in June/Aug 2020...

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Friday 25 September -- WEEKLY No. 38

The following are the headlines of the respective OIL WORLD WEEKLY

The complete report including the textual part and the detailed statistical section can either be purchased and downloaded individually  or is available on a subscription basis (by e-mail).

  • US soybean exports may rocket to 46-48 Mn T in Sept/Feb 2020/21. Huge sales to China will tighten supplies for the rest of the world...
  • World exports of soya meal are seen declining to only 16.3 Mn T in Oct/Dec 2020, 5% less than a year ago...
  • Lower than expected soybean crushings may promote larger Mexican imports and processing of Canadian canola in coming months...
  • World exports of copra meal may reach only 0.52 Mn T in Oct/Sept 2019/20, the lowest level in more than 20 years...
  • Argentine oilseed crushings continued to decline in August. Soybean stocks are estimated at a record 30 Mn T as of end-Sept 2020...

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